The Superstition Mountain/Lost Dutchman Museum offers a variety of experiences for young and old alike. From a trip through the museum and the early history of the area to a walk on the nature trail, to a stroll through the Apacheland buildings, there is always something to see and a special peace to be felt as you look up at the majestic Superstition Mountain. Add an array of events, classes and activities and you’ll see that the Museum offers a wealth of support to enrich our community. Thousands of people from around the world visit the museum grounds yearly. As a gateway to the Apache Trail, in Arizona, we offer visitors a wonderful experience.
As a non-profit institution, the museum relies on the the generosity of folks like you to provide ongoing support for the educational programming, exhibits and events that help preserve, research and present the history or our area. We receive no assistance from any government agency: city, county, state or federal.
Our property is staffed by a group of the most dedicated and friendly volunteers around. Many of whom are available to conduct tours of both the inside and outside exhibits.
Wouldn’t you like to become a part of the Museum family? Join today to start receiving the great benefits we offer museum members. And ask about our volunteer opportunities.
Gold Panner Three Year Membership: $100.00
For only $100.00, our Gold Panner package, a 3-Year Membership, offers you and your immediate family free year-round admission to the museum.
Receive a 10% discount in the Museum Gift Shop. The gift shop has great gift ideas, wonderful Native American jewelry, and the best book selection around.
The Gold Panner Membership offers you:
- 6-free Superstition Mountain Museum (SMM) guest passes
- The quarterly Museum Messenger (newsletter)
- The Superstition Mountain Historical Society’s Annual Journal, a $10.00 value.
- 10% discount on the use of the Chapel or Amphitheater for a special service, party or reunion.